University employers say union demands on pay are unaffordable

  The Guardian 

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Employers appeal to union to go back to members with latest revised offer in hope of averting strikes Union demands on pensions, pay and conditions are unaffordable and will put vulnerable institutions that are already in deficit at even greater risk, university employers have said. Speaking before strike action planned for this week on 74 campuses across the UK, the employers said many institutions that had already reported shortfalls were being asked to go beyond what they could afford to meet union demands. Continue reading...
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